Covid Conversations II


After an overwhelming response to Covid Conversations Part One – The Way Forward, held in September at Les Cotils, the Channel Island Integrative Health Alliance (CIIHA) are hosting part two. You ask the questions, we provide the answers…

Guest speakers include Richard Tice – Leader of the Reform Party, Dr Ros Jones MD, FRCPCH – Health Advisory and Recovery Team, and we welcome back Nick Hudson – Chair of PANDA.

CIIHA is a community driven organisation of doctors, researchers and lobbyists. Our aim is to raise questions about the response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the legitimacy of the emergency powers that undermine our human rights, civil liberties and freedoms, with governments extending their emergency powers it can be difficult to understand the justification for doing so.

We aim to present wider global perspectives around the pandemic. Information that is often censored or discredited in mainstream media and politics, with a total lack of open scientific debate between our governments and the general public, including many credible medical and scientific professionals worldwide, it’s imperative that we inform our communities and consider the broader landscape of narratives with an open mind.

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Richard Tice

Covid Conversations II CIIHA

The political party that will be standing some 600 candidates in the next general election, and which has been an ardent critic of the UK Government’s policies on lockdown, vaccine passports and vaccinating children.

Richard was Chairman of the Brexit Party in 2019 and briefly an MEP in 2019 / 2020. He hosts a radio show and is a regular contributor to Talk Radio and recently filmed hundreds of thousands of people on the London freedom marches from a helicopter.

He has spoken regularly on the subject of censorship, especially in recent times and his Covid Conversations talk will highlight: “Why trust in Government and the mainstream media has been shattered: vaccine passports, vaccinating children, profiteering, censorship of critical thinking – where does it end?”


Covid Conversations II CIIHA

Dr Ros Jones MD, FRCPCH

Covid Conversations II CIIHA

Ros is a retired Consultant Paediatrician with a special interest in neonatal intensive care and paediatric infectious diseases. She was involved in pandemic planning within a large district hospital. An active member for many years in the British Perinatal Trials Group, she was also involved in reviewing NICE guidelines alongside some time editorial. After retiring from the NHS, she undertook several tours teaching on SAFE Obstetrics courses in various countries in Africa.

Since the onset of the pandemic, she has been highlighting the impact on children, both in terms of lost education and mental health, and more recently regarding the risk benefit balance for COVID-19 vaccines in under 18s. She has appeared on many media platforms including This Morning, Talk Radio and GB News.


Covid Conversations II CIIHA

Nick Hudson

Covid Conversations II CIIHA

A group of multi-disciplinary professionals, who perceived the global reaction to Covid, and lockdown in particular, as overwrought and damaging to the point of causing a great tear in the fabric of society, established PANDA (Pandemics Data & Analytics) in April 2020. As a politically and economically independent organisation, PANDA seeks to develop science-based explanations and test them against international data. Policy recommendations for governments and other institutions can be developed from these. PANDA stands for open science and rational debate, for replacing flawed science with good science and for retrieving liberty and prosperity from the clutches of a dystopian “new normal”.

Nick Hudson is an actuary with broad international experience in finance, who has settled into a career as a private equity investor. He is a man of wide-ranging interests—an avid reader of canonical literature, a classical music aficionado, and an enthusiastic amateur ornithologist. He has been invited to speak on various topics including epistemology, corporate governance, investment management, and more recently, the pandemic.

“It is critically important that societies be reopened and those vulnerable to serious illness from SARS-CoV-2 be protected in a sensible, dignified manner. Human agency must be upheld and individuals should be informed about risks and mitigation so that they can make personal choices. Our multidisciplinary team has developed a framework for helping communities do just that. PANDA’s Protocol for Reopening Society builds upon the widely supported Great Barrington Declaration and pre-Covid pandemic guidelines to provide a roadmap out of the damaging cycle of lockdowns and other coercive policies.”